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    Trespass Borders

    A question about "trespass". According to dictionaries, one can trespass an area or territory. But then, there is this paragraph:

    The Russian military has admitted they have flown in that area. They told ITAR-TASS, "all flights were scheduled in advance and were made in strict compliance with the international rules of using airspace without trespassing the borders of other countries."

    Could "trespass borders" or "trespass boundaries" be wrong?


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    Re: Trespass Borders

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